While we're most likely not going to get any spin-offs of great first-individual shooter Half-Life, that hasn't halted resources identified with what ought to have been Half-Life 2: Episode Three hit the Internet.
"On March 24, 2017, an obscure individual released the first guide records for the Half-Life 2 scenes. These uncompiled source records demonstrate to us the distinctive improvement phases of the recreations," claims Valve fan site ValveTime.net.
The post goes ahead to state what could have been the following Half-Life amusement.
"This guide has all the earmarks of being from the scratched off Half-Life 2 scene which was being produced by Junction Point Studios in late 2005. It happens in a snow-themed variant of Ravenholm which incorporates little riddles, scripted successions, and battles. This diversion is not identified with Arkane Studios' wiped out Episode Four, otherwise called Return to Ravenholm, which would have likewise happen in the town," the post peruses.
"It is suggested that the player collides with a distribution center in a gondola. He awakens in a stay with two remarkable characters named Duncan and Scooter. There is a prepare station and structures adjacent. A gathering of dissidents and Combine Soldiers battle in the city."
Beforehand, Half-Life author Marc Laidlaw had affirmed he resigned from Valve. Laidlaw was the solitary essayist for both Half-Life 1 and 2. He was in charge of making each amusement's legend. Likewise, he was the lead author for Half-Life 2: Episode One and Two. This was trailed by Valve essayist Erik Wolpaw leaving the organization also.
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